Sign up for this free drop in teachers exhibition based in the heart of Portsmouth. The aims of this conference are:
|To support teachers outside of the classroom, showcasing the best school trips within the area. |
|Enthuse and answer questions you may have regarding school visits.|
|Save time by meeting the key people and gather all the information you need when planning a school trip for next year.|
This year the exhibition is being held at 1851 trust, The Camber, East St, Portsmouth PO1 2JJ. The home of British America's Cup team, Ineos Team UK, led by Sir Ben Ainslie.
The exhibition is being held on the flight deck at the top of the building, with amazing views around Portsmouth and across the Solent. You will have a chance to take a tour around their new Tech Deck. The Tech Deck is a dynamic educational resource for students and teachers to support and promote the STEM agenda in schools, bringing the real-world of applied STEM into the classroom. Find about more about this amazing venue: www.1851trust.org.uk
So why not register your interest and pop along (with some colleagues) during your PPA time or after school to gather information, meet key people and see the new resources at this fantastic location.
By signing up online you will receive a complimentary trade pass to visit places for free, such as the Brighton Pavillion, Weald and Downland Museum and Butser Ancient Farm (available to the first 100 teachers who pre-register online with thanks to Sussex Top Attractions).
Last year exhibitors included:
Butser Ancient Farm
Pompey in the Community
The Petersfield Museum
Stansted Park House & Gardens
Emirates Spinnaker Tower
The Field Studies Centre at Gilbert White's House
South Downs National Park Authority
National Museum of Royal Navy
Andrew Simpson Waterports Centre
Hampshire and Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust
Royal Victoria Park Chapel
Hampshire Cultural Trust
Weald & Downland Museum
Cobnor Activity Centre
Hampshire Outdoor Education, PE & DofE Service
Winchester Science Centre
The list for 2019 will be published soon.
If you have any questions regarding this exhibition, please do get in touch with Gwen Woodruffe on 07710 162504.